Prerequisite: JOUR660 or permission of Associate Dean Rafael Lorente. Students will learn the tools needed to report and produce short and long-form audio storytelling, including writing, reporting, interviewing, production, editing, hosting and delivery. Field reporting and audio gathering outside of class is required, along with writing and mixing broadcast-quality audio stories. Together the class will produce a complete radio broadcast on deadline from newscasts to live interviewsto mixed radio pieces. Various interests in audio reporting welcome and encouraged.
Average GPA: 2.48 between 5 students
Average GPA: 2.98 between 15 students
"W"s are considered to be 0.0 quality points. "Other" grades are not factored into the average GPA calculation.